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>> investigators looking for four people from bucks count high have been macing for days, we'll tell you about the break investigators may have made in the case over the weekend. >> also, 16 fraternity brother charged in the death after penn state student return to court today. the key decision a judge will be make being in the case. septa is changing how fares are collected on some trains in philadelphia. we will tell you the five stations where the change is going into effect starting today. >> today is monday, july 10th, good morning, i'm jim donovan. >> i'm rahel solomon. katie and meisha are keeping an eye on things this monday morning. >> good morning, how does monday get here so quickly every single week? >> i don't know. >> we're looking outside right
now, a lot of construction, we have an accident out there, as well, so we'll get to all of that. >> at least quiet weather, that's something you can bank on here today. for now anyway. later today, the spotty showers and thunderstorms will fire up. most of it, actually dry day, warm day at that, ever so slightly more humid for us. we ended with real nice weather yesterday. i hope you have chance to enjoy it, it was so-so beautiful n that nice lit sky right now, totally empty, as the day progresses see more sun than anything, there is frontal boundary starting to drop in that will eventually trigger spotty shower or thunderstorm. expect that later this afternoon or toward evening. >> if you're in the mid or upper 60s, or even the 50's, allentown, to mount pocono, dew points relatively low. nice start to the day. in the, that winds direction, from our winds, coming primarily in out of the southeast, you are going to find eventually it start to feel steamier throughout the day but not all that
uncomfortable. so that's good news, as the day progresses, yes, we're going to see spotty shower or under this earl storm pop on the area radar. not everyone ends up getting hit by. that will don't spec you have to cancel outdoor plans, just keep your ears perk for thunder fer have the plans to be outside. >> good advice, all right, katie, thank you so much. to for that. looking outside to the roadways, still dry right now. you can see the vine moving both in the westbound and eastbound direction. it was not closed overnight for that construction, but it will be tonight through thursday. just heads up on that. but westbound-eastbound looking good on the vine headed out there right now looking great. fifty-nine south at cottman, pushing in the southbound direction toward center city enjoy the nice open roadways for now. we know mondays will get very busy specially if you ends up seeing little pom up shower slyk you pointed out any time throughout the rush. that will will slow us down, as women. the first accident i was talking about out in jenkins ton, sunset avenue. it is still out there. and this is the car fire that we are just getting word of right now. in spring city, east bridge
side, riverside, just heads up there, as women, then of course talking about a ramp opening and construction, first the if a ramp re-opening, 95 south, aramingo avenue re-opening tuesday morning, tomorrow morning, it will be closed tonight. eight p.m. to 5:00 a.m. and it is actually been closed since last september. then talking about mass transit coming up in a little bit. jim, rahel, back to you. >> lots going on, thanks, misch. multiple police jurisdictions in search. for four young men. >> among the missing teenagers, trang do live outside the bowl bury police department with more on theirs disappearance, what can you tell us? >> reporter: good morning, rahel, jim. we did confirm with police overnight they found one of the cars from one of the missing men, but that there was no evidence so far that a crime occurred. at this point police are not sure if these four missing persons cases are related but family members tell us two of the men know each other. but take a look at these photos. let's start with jimmy car
patrick, from newtown township, he has not been seen or heard from since 6:00 p.m. wednesday july 5th. his family said he has also not shown up for work which is very unusual. anyone who has seen him asked to call bucks county police dispatch. also reported missing 18 year old dean, from langhorne, police say dean was last seen this past friday july 7. getting into a vehicle on hampton drive around 6:30 p.m. anyone with information on his whereabouts is asked to call middletown township police. now two, other men from bucks county also reported missing, they're 22 year old mark sturgis, and 21 year old tom meo. the pair last seen together friday night in the doylestown area. sturgis' father told "eyewitness news" that the two men are friends, so there was possible break in the case that led police to search home on acqua tongue home solebury township 7:00 p.m., but it is unclear what brought investigators to that house, and if they found any clues there. let's take a look again at their photos, one more time,
missing men are jimmy tar patrick, dean, marge stir gist, tom meo. bucks county district attorney offers, and several police departments are combining efforts to ensure these men come home safely. but for now, live in solebury township, trang do, cbs-3, "eyewitness news," rahel, jim, back to you. >> let's hope they do, trang, thank you. >> also new this morning, pedestrian is badly injured after being hit by a car this camden county. the crash happened before 12:30, 2,000 block of egg harbor road in lindenwald. the driver did stay at the scene. still, waiting for update on the victim's condition. no injuries row reported following tractor-trailer fire in south philadelphia. this happened around 10:30 last night, the 3300 block of columbus boulevard. firefighters had the flames un control within an hour. no word yet on what caused that blaze. >> it is back and forth this morning for members every penn state fraternity charged in the death of 19 year old pledge. during the preliminary hearing, a judge will decide if there is enough evidence
for the case to go to trial. the 18 members of beta theta pie will return for the hearing today. the seven-day forecast brothers waived their hearing. timothy piazza of lebanon new jersey died after heavy night of drinking at bid acceptance party at the frat house. suffered traumatic brain injuries after falling downstairs in the house. >> and a man in critical condition this morning, after he was gunned down in front after group of children in kensington. it happened just before 4:00 yesterday afternoon. along the 1800 block every east atlantic street near kensington avenue. police say the 21 year old victim was shot multiple times as he left a grocery store, authorities tell us group of children playing in a kiddie pot along the sidewalk. >> around here, not a bad neighborhood. but for you to let off shots in front of kids, you don't have no respect for your so far. you don't have respect for your kids watch if one of them got hit. >> now, none of the children were hurt right now police working to identify a suspect and a motive.
today septa conductors will start checking ticket again on certain regional little trains in philadelphia. change applies to five station frost three p.m. to 7:00 p.m. weekdays. they include temple, jefferson, suburban, 30th street and university city stations. conductors stop checking tickets at those stops last summer while septa's silver liner fleet was out of service. travelers will also have to get their ticket punched before entering the train platform at the stations. >> well, pennsylvania governor tom wove has until midnight tonight to takings on the state's budget. lawmakers in harrisburg sent the governor a $32 billion spending plan ten days ago, that plan becomes law at midnight even without the governor's signature. you can also choose to veto it, fully or partially. budget negotiators now trying to patch up a deficit of more than $2 billion before tonight's deadline. >> healthcare se is the top priority of congress as they return from their fourth every july recess.
today senate republicans will continue to try to repeal and replace obamacare. the senate healthcare bill set for the before the fourth of july recess, it resistance on both sides of the aisle. non-partisan congressional budget offers projected that 22 million more americans would find themselves uninsured. >> president trump facing criticism from both sides this morning, that is after revealing a discussion he had with russian president, and then quickly backtracking. here is correspondent brook silva bragga. >> president trump has back off plan to create cyber security team with russia a -- russia. he started with this tweet about his g20 meeting with president vladmeere putin. we discussed a cyber security unit that election hacking and many other negative things will be guarded. >> if that's our besse election defense, we might as well just mail our ballot boxes to moscow. >> by sunday night mr. trump was tweeting a different tune.
writing in part the fact that president putin and i discussed cyber security unit doesn't mean i think it can happen. it can't. came after a day of criticism not just from democrats but republicans, as well. >> to forgive and forget when it comes to putin regarding cyber attacks, that's exactly what he's doing. >> row public can senator marco rubio tweeted partnering with putin on a cyber security unit is akin to partners with has add on chemical weapons unit. white house respond to report in the new york times that claims donald trump junior met with russia lawyer with connections to the kremlin, damaging information about hillary clinton, in a run up the election. president's son issued statement sailing he did take the meeting, but didn't get any information on clinton, and that the russian lawyer statements were vague, ambiguous, made no sense. no details or supporting information was provided or even offered. donald trump, jr. south carolina his father new
nothing about the meeting. >> brook silva bragga, cbs-3, "eyewitness news." and donald trump junior also says his brother-in-law, jared kushner, and then campaign chairman, paul manafort, were at the meeting. he said he asked the two to attend but did not tell them what the meeting was about. >> also coming up next on "eyewitness news." >> incredible video shows the moment a truck plowed into a tv station, what happened to the driver right before this crash. >> popular london tourist attraction burns overnight. just how many firefighters had to be called in before this fire was finally contained.
>> large overnight blaze in london. flames roast from a building in north london, this is about midnight local time, at least 70 firefighters had headed to camden locked market, popular tourist area with more than a thousand shops. three floors and the roof after building caught fire. officials say no injuries, for the lip, were reported, no word yet on what caused the blaze. >> a frightening crash is caught on camera. driver slams his pick-up truck into a tv station in kansas. pay close attention to the left side of your screen there, this all happened in wichita. see the truck go straight through the front doors of the
building of kake news. they say they heard loud crash, and finding the car inside the building. >> luckily it wasn't terrorism or so therefore, everyone in the building was okay. >> that's good news, they say the driver had medical emergency which caused him to swerve offer the road, through the front doors of the build being but he's also expected to be okay. wild video. >> well, i have to say, i love this weekend's wetter. >> oh, it was beautiful. >> thank you, kate. >> i you're so welcome. >> this is like one, yesterday's, one of those days you just want to bottle up. >> really was. >> oh, my goodness. and of course, we can't have every day look just like that down the road here, so at least that timing was perfect. came on a weekends, many of you hopefully a chance to get out, enjoy it, but we do have more unsettled weather to talk about here through the course of the next few days, we start
things off with beautiful shot on storm scan3. what we have here is a moon shot obviously of waning gibbons moon, just had a -- 98.6% illuminated so certainly lighting up this early morning sky. it will up short bye before 7:00 a.m. quick peak how the conditions are, even if we didn't have generally clear sky, still feels pretty good outside. it feels like what the thermometer reads, that wind nice and calm, dew point nice and low, all-in-all, starts to creep up little bit from yesterday, but all-in-all still really comfortable. storm scan is completely empty. devoid of virtually any cloud cover out there. see beautiful sunrise, as well, see, about 20 minute or so. then eventually frontal boundery does start to drop in here. that's what's going to help bring in potential for shower or storm to the. if you have outdoor plans, here is the thing, see spotty shower, thunderstorm, in a few areas, as time goes on. >> this likely will not survive certainly not over our area, but we do have this front dropping in, that's
going to kind of hang out for couple of days, so if you are hitting the shore all-in-all great weather expectations through the day, likely not one of the that's would have to contend with wet weather. mainly inland. eighty-four the expected high at the shore, water temperatures, starting to kreen up. 72 degrees, we will take that. little steamier for you, too, but perfect weather to be sitting out on the sand. meanwhile later today in the city, that pop up thunderstorm certainly a possible. eighty-seven the high. anyone is fair game for. >> this really, scattered, very isolated. your winds flow out of the southwest, to help the humidity begin to creep up drop to 73 tonight, primarily clouds overhead, does stay warm, and steamy. now looking forward in the eyewitness weather seven day, well, ya. steamy is the wordment look at this, three straight days of zero nine or above. however, notice, thunderstorm icon, pretty much every day. i would say meisha the wettest days look like they may be tomorrow and friday. otherwise, it is very spotty variety of showers or storms. >> all right. >> katie, thank you so much.
and looking out syd right now, yes, we're still working with some dry roadways it, will help our morning commute now. see how it progresses as we move through the 6:00, 7:00, even 8:00 hour. still looking out there for those of you coming back from being down the shore, everything looking pretty good. looking real quiet. 422 headlight eastbound direction past observation again, looking pretty good. enjoy the open roadways while we have them. monday will get busy probably heat up little sooner than what we would typically expect just because everyone coming back from last week, a lot of people were taking off work. schuylkill at belmont, looking at 422, then schuylkill, now talking about car fire. so, east bridge street, at riverside, heads up if this is your neck of the woods, one of the areas might slow you down in spring city if it is still lingering out there. same story here, accident in jenkintown, meeting house road at sunset avenue. >> this accident is still out there. i'll let you know as soon as that clears out of your way. then talking about the worlds of mass transit. so talking about this last,
talking about it again, talking about it more coming up. but his is going on until monday july 17th. more coming up in the next ten minutes, back over to you. >> meisha, thank you. now for look at newspaper headlines from across our region. >> from the bucks county courier times man was killed yesterday, after the motorcycle he was riding on crashed with a car in bensalem. the accident happened around noon, as street road and essex drive, name of the motorcycle or the other driver were not released. >> the reading eagle, if you want to find out more about the company's license to grow and dispense medical march juan in pennsylvania, the department of health allowed applicant to split two applications one for the evaluation committee the other version for the public. the company awarded dollars license, redacted nearly entire 186 page application. >> boy. from the burlington county times it was country day, kirby's med in medford yesterday, the annual living history event featured black smith demonstrations and civil
war cap p light presentation, crafters showed their skills at quilt i, ban basket weaver. >> that's a look add newspaper headlines from around the deli wear val. >> i sixers were back in summer lookings late last night. >> without their top draft pick. that's right. >> good morning, guys, markelle fultz not there. but there is good news on his injured ankle. we will have the latest, plus more on that sixers summer league when is we
welcome back to cbs-3 "eyewitness news" this morning. >> good morning, sir, somehow are you? >> doing well, welcome back. >> i appreciate. that will sixers action, summer league, not always good for the sixers. it just seems like summers don't go well. being a sixers fan should come with a disclaimer. cause rapid heartbeat, anxiety, definitely lasting more than four hours. you just never know when the injury bug might strike as it did saturday night, michael fultz went down, but wait, good news, no cast, no crutches, no season ending injury. philly.com tweeted this video, showing fultz back on the court before last night's summer league game in vegas. fultz said he had an x-ray. and it is just a sprain. he's going to miss the rest of summer league but should be back full basketball activities in one, two weeks. fultz reassured sixer fans he's just fine. >> first of all i was mad at
myself because i couldn't get the ball, but once i hit the grounds my ankle was just hurting and i was thinking can't be over this quick, man, it just started. but i knew once i look down, i rolled my ankle, i knew i would be fine, like i said, great training staff here, then the way i take care of my body, i know it will be all right. >> the rest of the sixers summer league team tipped off in the late night game against the san antonio spurs, simmons was taking this one in from the side lines there. is bill on the left. messed five from 13 on the floorment ten of those in the fourth. kind of lackluster night, along with pair of three's, couple of nice drivers to the hoops, still getting comfortable playing in just his second summer league game. and arriving from europe. sixers drop this 1101-95, will play the boston celtics tomorrow night. phillies have the next few days off with only reliever
pat me shack headed to tomorrow night's all-star game in miami. i think the phils can levelly use a break, although the first ends did end on high note. wearing the sweet throw back, nick goes yard. that's his first major league homerun. to left field. hopefully plenty more to come. also open the floodgates for the phillies. freddie galvis, hits two homeruns. cameron handcuff, and also hits solo homers. six for the phils first time since 2004. garrett, in his return from the dl, phils win seven to one. >> i would like to see -- we should have probably saved three of those homeruns for another day, but shows you what the guys are capable of doing, pretty tough, has a lot of movement on his pitches, and he made some mistakes and we capitalize, you know, the key to any team's success when you get myths takes, you don't miss them. we didn't miss many mistakes today. >> that's great. you know, season testing a
little bit. you never know when the first one will come, sometimes it is later than you would like, or than you would want. but, you know, it is wet worth it. >> so it is the mlb all-star break, homerun derby tonight, all-star game on tuesday night. phils needed a break, though. coming at a good time. >> everybody needs a break. >> agree. sixers little scared but still feeling confident. >> one to two weeks for fultz, and we're good. >> chap chronic chip? >> yes. >> all right. >> thanks, rahel. >> has called summer every hell? tell you about the big construction project at new york's penn station, and how the project will affect. >> search for four missing people in bucks county. katie? >> well, guys, even though we are expecting somewhat of an unsettled work week, at this point, it looks like our weekend is going to be pretty nice. so, fingers crossed it stays that way. you know how the forecast can
>> i'm jim donovan. katie and meisha will be along in just a few minute. first, here's what you need to start your day in the morning minute. today is monday, july 10th. where are they? the search is on for four young men from bucks county, who vanished, several days ago. >> at this point, it is unclear if any of these cases are connected. >> we don't have no respect for themselves, for the kids. >> neighbors in kensington are upset after a gunman opens fire in front of kids in broad daylight. >> it is back to court this morning for members of a penn state fraternity charged in the death after 19 year old pledge. >> president trump's eldest son admit he met with russian lawyer who promised damaging information on hillary clinton. >> i went down to get mitt being and could not come back. >> nearly 8,000 people are out of their homes in california asthmas i have wild fires continue to burn out west. >> a near tragedy, caught on go pro. a cyclist clipped by a car in